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Does anyone else collect Usonian house perfs? I can't claim to be a major collector because I have only two. One that was recently auctioned from the Christie house in New Jersey (that folks on this board kindly helped me identify), and one from the Usonian built for the 1953 "60 Years of Living Architecture" Guggensheim exhibition. If anyone has a perf with which they are willing to part, I would be interested.
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See post "Lost 1953 NYC Wright Exhibition House" above.
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Its bad enough that there exists a market for Art Glass taken from Wright buildings, but now there appears to be one for perfs as well. Leave the panels where they are, in the homes. If you want a "collection" buy a Usonian.